Turning the tables

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Last week I added a new string to my tutoring bow. I completed training in a collection of software packages aimed at helping higher education students with disabilities, mainly dyslexia, in their studies. It’s been quite an eye-opening experience as I have returned to the role of the student and have been given many handy... Read more »

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What is it like being a fresher student?

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So you’ve finished sixth form, you’ve burnt your school uniform, boxed away all your old school textbooks and practice exam papers and are preparing for a whole new world; university. What’ve you heard about university so far? Of course, the parties, drinking, crazy nights in student halls, missing lectures and spending every night flopped over... Read more »

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Do they know it’s Christmas? Well if they are the parents of school age children they flipping do.

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The first window of the advent calendar has barely been opened and I’m already feeling that my festive spirit is somewhat jaded. You see, from mid November it starts. At first it just looks like anticipation of lots of fun-packed seasonal spectaculars – parties, pantos and the like. However, a couple of weeks in, and... Read more »

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